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Comparison of copolymer emulsions of fluorine and siloxane‐containing acrylates with core–shell structure for water‐repellent cotton fabrics coatings

19-11-2014 | J. Lin, C. Zheng, M. N. Zhu, Y. Z. Chen, P. P. Lu, Q. Liu, X. F. Cai, J. W. Zhuang, X. M. Cai, L. P. Liao, G. Y. Yua ..., Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 2014

This paper described the synthesis of copolymer emulsions of fluorine and siloxane‐containing acrylates for water‐repellent cotton fabrics coatings. Chemical composition, morphology structure, and properties of the latex copolymers were investigated by Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), dynamic ...


pH- and Temperature-Responsive Aqueous Foams Stabilized by Hairy Latex Particles

18-11-2014 | Syuji Fujii; Ko Akiyama; Saori Nakayama; Sho Hamasaki; Shinichi Yusa; Yoshinobu Nakamura, Soft Matter, 2014

Polystyrene (PS) particles carrying pH- and temperature-responsive poly[2-(dimethylamino)ethyl methacrylate] (PDMA) hairs (PDMA-PS particles) were synthesized by dispersion polymerization. The diameter, diameter distribution, morphology, chemical composition and surface chemistry of the particles ...


Latex Barrier Thin Film Formation on Porous Substrates

13-11-2014 | Afsaneh Khosravi; Julia A. King; Heather L. Jamieson; Mary Laura Lind, Langmuir, 2014

Here we present the formation of thin layers of barrier polymers onto mesoporous and macroporous substrates via dip coating of latex solutions. We investigated four commercially available latex solutions: polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), perfluoroalkoxy fluorothermoplastic (PFA), polyvinylidene ...


Fast Drying and Film Formation of Latex Dispersions Studied with FTIR Spectroscopic Imaging

06-11-2014 | James A. Kimber; Matthias Gerst; Sergei G. Kazarian, Langmuir, 2014

Drying of thin latex films (∼20 μm) at high drying speeds (of the order of seconds) has been studied by fast chemical imaging. ATR-FTIR spectroscopic imaging combined with a fast “kinetic” mode was used to acquire spectral images without coaddition, enabling the amount of water and homogeneity of ...


Non-aqueous microgel particles: synthesis, properties and applications

28-10-2014 | J. A. Bonham; M. A. Faers; J. S. van Duijneveldt, Soft Matter, 2014

Microgels are cross-linked polymer latex particles that can form stable colloidal dispersions. Their typical sizes range from 10 to 1000 nm and they can swell in response to their external environment (pH, temperature and solvency). This swelling behaviour is central to many potential ...


Synthesis and Characterization of Comb and Centipede Multigraft Copolymers PnBA-g-PS with High Molecular Weight Using Miniemulsion Polymerization

23-10-2014 | Wenwen Wang; Weiyu Wang; Xinyi Lu; Sachin Bobade; Jihua Chen; Nam-Goo Kang; Qiuyu Zhang; Jimmy Mays, Macromolecules, 2014

Comb and centipede multigraft copolymers, poly(n-butyl acrylate)-g-polystyrene (PnBA-g-PS) with PnBA backbones and PS side chains, were synthesized via high-vacuum anionic polymerization and miniemulsion polymerization. Single-tailed and double-tailed PS macromonomers were synthesized by anionic ...


Facile Synthesis of Fluorescent Latex Nanoparticles with Selective Binding Properties Using Amphiphilic Glycosylated Polypeptide Surfactants

21-10-2014 | J. Jacobs; A. Byrne; N. Gathergood; T. E. Keyes; J. P. A. Heuts; A. Heise, Macromolecules, 2014

Block copolymers comprising a poly(styrene) and a poly(l-lysine) or poly(l-glutamic acid) block were obtained by sequential reversible addition–fragmentation chain Transfer (RAFT) and N-carboxyanhydride (NCA) polymerization. Subsequent partial glycosylation of the poly(l-glutamic acid) block with ...


Processing optimization of latex‐compounded montmorillonite/styrene‐butadiene rubber–polybutadiene rubber

18-10-2014 | Zuguo Bao, Cynthia Flanigan, Laura Beyer, Jie Tao, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2014

ABSTRACT Organo‐montmorillonite was incorporated into model tire tread formulations through latex compounding methods, to evaluate its effects on elastomer reinforcement and dynamic properties. An intercalation structure was obtained by applying latex compounding method to prepare ...


TiO2 Macroscopic Fibers with Enhanced Photocatalytic Properties Obtained through a Scale‐Up Semi‐Industrial Process

16-10-2014 | Natacha Kinadjian, Mickaël Le Bechec, Catherine Henrist, Eric Prouzet, Philippe Poulin, Wilfrid Neri, Sylvie Lacombe ..., Advanced Engineering Materials, 2014

We describe the generation and properties of TiO2‐based macroscopic fibers designed for the photodecomposition of volatile organic compounds (VOC). We made use of a continuous industrially scalable extrusion process employing hybrid sols of amorphous titania nanoparticles, polyvinyl alcohol ...


Liquid Marbles Stabilized by Charged Polymer Latexes: How Does the Drying of the Latex Particles Affect the Properties of Liquid Marbles?

16-10-2014 | Guanqing Sun; Yifeng Sheng; Jie Wu; Guanghui Ma; To Ngai, Langmuir, 2014

The coating of solid particles on the surface of liquid in air makes liquid marbles a promising approach in the transportation of a small amount of liquid. The stabilization of liquid marbles by polymeric latex particles imparts extra triggers such as pH and temperature, leading to the remote ...


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